Disc 1: Happy Birthday Jim, New/Untitled, Ocean Beach, My Black Bag, Intro>Raglan, The Intractable Boy, White Trash Raga, Intro>Pull Of The Moon, Bare White, Allen Roasts Jim, Obsession For Men
Disc 2: To Be Naked And French, Gulch Of Spleens, Soul Surfin', Unto The Resplendent, Blue Xoam, Sway, Tequila intro>Emmylou Rides Clarence West...>Tequila Jam>Emmylou reprise, Tequila revisited, Moe's Jam #23, Intro>Dancing In Her Sleep
Jim Thomas guitar, Allen Whitman bass, Martyn Jones drums
LineageAdobe Audition 2.0 (mix to 2-ch, normalize with Waves L3 Ultramaximizer)>R8Brain Pro (resample to 44.1)>Wavelab 6 (dither to 16-bits using MegaBitMax)>CDWav1.94>FLAC Frontend>.flac (no DAE)
SourceSource: 4-channel mix: stereo pair on-stage Schoeps MK8 Blumlein>M222>NT222DC (tube direct)>Sound Devices 744T plus Schoeps MK4>CMC6>Lunatec V3>SD 744T (guitar and bass amps), all at 24/96
January 26, 2007 Subject:
Jim's Birthday Show
It was great to see Allen playing again. Great Show, recording is on the mark. Looking forward to the February 2nd show at Moe's.
January 22, 2007 Subject:
I have been listening to The Mermen for years and they have not lost a thing. You to see them live but if you cannot just listen to this recording. Quality,style and talent! The sound is not just surf but much more they cover so much ground.. To The Mermen keep the new tunes flowing.
December 10, 2006 Subject:
Great Stuff, as always. Sparkly Clear Recording.
November 9, 2006 Subject:
Where've ya been Steve Brown? Been a long time coming since the last Mermen show was seen in these parts. Great recording and a nice show with new material and old favs. The Mermen are spot on and God only knows how much I've missed them.